Want to feel better?
Eat more plants.
Planted Platter will help you: we host plant-based recipe demonstrations and in-home events, guide restaurants/food service in welcoming plant-based and vegan customers, and offer plant-based workplace wellness programs.
Planted Platter isn’t the name of a specific product. Rather, it describes the idea that we can all eat a bountiful plant-based diet to support better health. Why would you want to do anything less?
Start your plant-based life today!
Planted Platter provides plant-based food inspiration, information, and ideas. We’re building a network of plant-savvy consumers, restaurants, employers and others to celebrate plant-based eating and focus on healthy lifestyles. United in purpose, we will be a positive force for food as medicine, helping to reduce chronic health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer and obesity.
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From home-based gatherings to workplace programs, Planted Platter is setting up classes on request to provide the fundamentals of plant-based nutrition and demonstrate easy, delicious recipes. We’ll list upcoming public classes here and on social media, so follow us or sign up for our e-newsletter.
bold food. bright life.
Planted Platter promotes plant-based eating options – for everyone, everywhere.
Ready to explore how a plant-based diet can make you healthier? Join us for one of our classes packed with recipes, tips, and ideas to help prevent or reverse chronic diseases. Planted Platter's founder, Deb Czech, is a licensed Food For Life instructor teaching a...read more
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